Possibly your final blog post from me! I have found the features organiser we discussed in lessons last week which you can find attached. Remember these are the ones mentioned in the specification, but we have also learnt about others which could be useful in your exam.
Features A3 sheet
A final reminder that if you would like to send any 12 or 20 markers over for marking, you’re more than welcome.
See you on Monday.
Good Morning Year 13,
Just to let you know there should be some more stuff on the revision pages now (where you have been finding the case study checklists, and lists of questions etc.). This will include the completed case study quilts!! Also, remember to bring an exam question along to Thursday’s lesson, and I will give each of you some more feedback.
Finally, some very recent news articles that are very relevant to the water cycle / carbon cycle topic :
Remember your Paper 3 Exam is the 2nd week back after half term and includes UK Challenges and Fieldwork Investigations.
We will be revising fieldwork content in lessons this week and first week back – you will also get a hard copy of these. Lancaster and Sedbergh (Rivers) are attached, but remember this is only basic information and should be supported by using your fieldwork folders.
Fieldwork Revision Sheets
Please find attached a copy of the case studies sheet completed during after school revision on Thursday 10th May.
Paper 1 Case Study Sort
Paper 1 Case Study Sort ANSWERS
Hi Year 12,
Please note that for tomorrow’s lesson (p3) we will not be in the PC room, and will be in my classroom. In this lesson we will be doing a session on methods, as on your literature review instructions it says to indicate potential methods for your proposal. I have attached these as a reminder and the slides being used tomorrow below.
We are setting a deadline for completion of the literature review on Thursday 24th May by p2.
Literature Review Worksheet
2. Independent Investigation – The Methods
A good article for everyone.
371 Getting Started on the NEA